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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by salem, Dec 10, 2011.
Is it 7 EUR (9.35 $) a lot of money for this thing?
I have one, but I don't use it much lately. It's nicely made, but a little more awkward than other systems I've used like the Luckily Line Secure a Key or a good old carabiner. It's a lot nicer looking than the others though. I think I got mine for around $7.00 American.
Thanks able_man, seven bucks is a good price.
It's not a lot of money - and the quality is better than what you would think for $10 - but it didn't work in my setup. Requires two hands to clip/unclip anything, which is one hand two many.
I've got two and I love them.. I don't unclip anything I remove the whole thing from my belt on my second one I modified it so I could remove the ring that is locked in it.. I got em for 5 a piece and I haven't looked back
I just bought one multiclip! ;D
Very nice piece of steel.
I removed the bottom lobster claw from mine. Then i hang my keys from the ring using a standard small carabiner. The keys will hang just barely in my front pocket but without interfering with anything inside the pocket. The keys are out of view (only the carabiner is visible), and the keys don't jingle when I walk.
I used to use one, but I lost it so I switched to a small carabiner. Haven't really noticed a different, so I can't say it'll be worth it.
i use one, it goes on and off my belt very quickly with one hand. i often hang it from my shirt or tee shirt collar when i get out of the car and enter someplace. keeps my keys handy and out of my pockets and not left on a counter/table.